“Since most Courts are still closed, you can replace this with a review of a nov

“Since most Courts are still closed, you can replace this with a review of a novel, book, television show, movie, daytime movie, daytime real-life tv show like Judge Judy, etc. The report should include the date and time of attendance, the name of the court, the name of the cases or cases, the names of the lawyers, and most importantly your thoughts on the proceedings that you observe. Moreover, did what you observe change your idea of the law. The report shall not contain more than 1-2 pages. It shall be written in complete sentences using proper punctuation and formatting of the style or styles of the cases and proper citation of the applicable laws.”
Deadline: December 7, 11:59 PM.
This is what my professor has given us as our instruction. Hope this helps and if there are any questions, please reach out! Thank you so much for your time.

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Case analysis 3 Lawsuit Claims Dunkin’ Donuts Misleads About Blueber

Case analysis 3
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Lawsuit Claims Dunkin’ Donuts Misleads About Blueberries
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After a complaint was filed in federal court alleging that Dunkin’ Brands’ Dunkin’ Donuts’ steak sandwiches
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do not actually contain “steak,” a new suit makes similar charges about its blueberry bakery items. The
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plaintiff claims that the coffee chain’s various blueberry-named bakery products, including Glazed
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Blueberry doughnuts, Blueberry Butternut doughnuts, and Blueberry Crumb Cake doughnuts, contain
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imitation blueberries “that highly resemble actual blueberries due to their round shape and blue color.”
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Lawyers claim that if their client had known the products did not contain blueberries, he either would not
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have purchased them or would have paid significantly less for the products. They seek in excess of $5
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million to remedy the situation.
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What’s in the doughnuts?
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While Dunkin’ Donuts lists blueberries as an ingredient in its blueberry muffins, none of its blueberry
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doughnuts list the fruit as an ingredient. The company’s various “blueberry” doughnut flavors appear to use a mix of non-fruit ingredients to simulate blueberries in the baked treats. The lawsuit charges that this
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is an attempt to deceive consumers.
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The lawsuit contends that blueberries have health benefits that consumers would be willing to pay more
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for. It also notes that when buying a doughnut in-store, consumers see the blueberry doughnuts displayed
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alongside other products, including various doughnuts and muffins, that contain the fruit they are named
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for.
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Answer the following questions:
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1. Who has standing in this case?
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2. Could you join the lawsuit if you are offended by the lack of actual blueberries in Dunkin’ Donuts’
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baked goods even if you have never bought a blueberry product from Dunkin’ Donuts? Why or why not?
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3. How do you think a judge would rule in this case? Why?
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Case analysis 4
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United States v. Barrington, 648 F.3d 1178 (2011)
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Marcus Barrington, Christopher Jacquette, and Lawrence Secrease were undergraduate students at
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Florida A&M University (FAMU). They concocted a scheme to access FAMU’s Internet-based grading
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system. They went to the registrar’s office and secretly installed keylogger software on FAMU’s
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computers. The keylogger software recorded the keystrokes made by registrar employees as they signed
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into their computers, capturing their usernames and passwords. That data was automatically transmitted
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to various email accounts, including Barrington’s personal email address.
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With the usernames and passwords, Barrington and others, using their own computers and FAMU’s
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computers, accessed FAMU’s grading system and changed course grades for themselves and other
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students. Ultimately, the group made more than 650 unauthorized grade changes for at least 90 students.
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Eventually, a professor uncovered the scheme, and police and the FBI were notified.
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Barrington, Jacquette, and Secrease were indicted by a grand jury and charged with the federal crimes of
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fraud and identity theft. Jacquette and Secrease entered into a plea agreement and were each sentenced
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to 22 months in prison. Barrington went to trial and denied involvement in the scheme. Jacquette was a
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witness against Barrington at Barrington’s trial. Barrington was convicted on all counts and sentenced to
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7 years in prison.
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Answer the following questions:
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1. What crimes were the men charged with in this case?
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2. What level of crime (felony, misdemeanor, infraction) were the men charged with in this case? How
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do you know?
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3. Analyze the elements of crime (actus reus+mens rea=crime) in this situation.
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4. What burden of proof did the government have?
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5. Barrington received a much harsher sentence than the others. Should Barrington have also accepted
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a plea deal for less time in prison? Why or why not?
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Research Task #1 Find and read the case Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (

Research Task #1
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Find and read the case Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942), then answer the following questions:
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1. Who was the plaintiff and who was the defendant in the case?
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2. Was this a federal or state case? Explain why.
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3. Was this a criminal or civil case? Explain why.
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4. What were the facts of the case?
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5. What law or laws were involved in this case?
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6. What did the U.S. Supreme Court decide? Be sure to explain the court’s decision and the
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reasoning behind the decision.
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7. Do you agree with the court’s decision? Why?
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8. Your friend owns a business in Arizona that sells spices and seasonings that they grow in their
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greenhouse. They have been successful in selling their product at local farmer’s markets and grocery
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stores. Now, they believe they are ready to expand to online sales and to small grocery stores in
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Nevada, New Mexico, and southern California. They know they should think about how the law
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impacts their business but they are unsure in what ways. So, your friend comes to you for help since
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you have taken a business law class. Help your friend out by explaining the concept of interstate
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commerce and how the Commerce Clause may impact the business. Also, explain personal jurisdiction
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and minimum contacts, as well as what courts would potentially have personal jurisdiction over your
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friend’s business if the business is sued.
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Research Task #2 
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Find and read the case Vosburg v. Putney, 80 Wis. 523, 50 N.W. 403 (1891), then answer the following
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https://cite.case.law/wis/80/523/ 
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questions:
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1. What tort is at issue in this case?
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2. Was Putney’s act intentional?
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3. What were the scope of Vosburg’s injuries?
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4. According to the court, why should Putney, the 11-year old, who kicked him so lightly that Vosburg
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didn’t even feel it, be responsible for his injuries?
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5. Who won?
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6. This is the case of the eggshell plaintiff. The idea is that if we (as a society, or as jurors in a given
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case) are called upon to decide who should be responsible for making those injuries right, for
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fixing what was broken, does it makes sense that we hold the wrongdoer – Putney – accountable,
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rather than the plaintiff, Vosburg, who was just sitting in class at the time for the full extent of the
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injuries that were causally related to the initial act? Why or why not?
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7. Do you agree with this decision? Why or why not?

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Case analysis #1 You are the hiring manager at Real Building, LLC, a

Case analysis #1
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You are the hiring manager at Real Building, LLC, a construction company, responsible for hiring an Office
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Assistant for your department. The company has a template job description that it uses to post job
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announcements on websites such as Indeed and LinkedIn. You review the job description before posting
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it online. Upon review, you see potential concerns with the job description language. Some language
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appears inappropriate and other language could expose the company to employment discrimination
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lawsuits. You decide to inform Human Resources (HR) of your concerns.
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Task: Write an email to HR explaining your concerns. The email should be a minimum of 300 words and
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include:
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1. An introduction of why you are writing to HR;
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2. Explain the laws that could be potentially broken by the language in the job description,
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include quotes of the problematic language from the job description to support your explanation;
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3. Explain any inappropriate language you identify, include quotes of the problematic language
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from the job description to support your explanation;
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4. Suggest more appropriate language to replace the problematic language or explain why the
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best decision is to delete the language from the job posting; and
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5. Include a conclusion summarizing your advice to HR.
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The Job Posting:
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JOB DESCRIPTION
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Job Title: Office Assistant
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Schedule: Full-time, 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday (hours are set; do not apply if childcare is an
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issue).
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Pay Rate/Salary: $27,000-$32,000 (Depends on experience and fit with youthful company culture).
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Education & Experience: Recent graduates with Bachelor’s degree preferred, 2+ years experience
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in an administrative capacity, 1+ years customer service experience, familiarity with current
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technology.
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Position Summary:
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Our small but growing company needs a young, energetic, reliable, organized Office Assistant to
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manage the day-to-day administrative aspects of a busy department. The successful applicant will
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have a positive attitude, and she will have a desire to work as efficiently as possible with excellent
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client facing communication skills. This job may include some overtime as well as occasional
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weekend work, which means this job is not for you if you do not have some flexibility in your
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schedule (such as religious or family obligations). We’re looking for someone who can operate
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effectively with little or no supervision and who can manage multiple tasks at once without
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accommodations and without being too sensitive or emotional. She also must be able to manage a
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busy front office that has many distractions throughout the day while being able to complete
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assigned tasks (meaning no personal cell phone use and no drama).
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Essential Functions:
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• Answer six-line phone system and direct calls as required (we’re busy so Native English speakers
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only)
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• Design and maintain filing and storage systems in the office.
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• Schedule travel arrangements for senior executives as well as clients, when applicable
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Download and read the case decision then answer the questions below: Grande v. Jennings, 278 P.3d
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1287 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2012)
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Answer the following questions:
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1. What was the dispute between the parties (the estate of the home’s former owner and the couple
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who owned the home)?
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2. Was the property at dispute personal or real property?
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3. How does the court define mislaid, lost, abandoned, and treasure trove property in the case?
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4. What did the Arizona Court of Appeals decide? Was the property mislaid, lost, abandoned, or a
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treasure trove? What was the court’s reasoning for this decision?
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5. Do you agree with the court’s decision? Do you think the property was abandoned, lost, or mislaid?
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Why?
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Directions: Follow this link and choose a crime and then answer the questions h

Directions: Follow this link and choose a crime and then answer the questions https://perf.memberclicks.net/assets/ChangingNatureofCrime.pdf

Discuss two ways in which this type of crime has or will change the face of investigations in the United States.
Identify and discuss two technological tools that could be used to investigate the crime and why these tools would be an asset in helping to put together, and take the case to court.
Discuss two challenges that you believe would be faced in the course of the investigation for this type of crime, and offer two suggestions how the challenges may be minimized or overcome.
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Subject: Politics, Violence and Crime —————————– Task: This

Subject: Politics, Violence and Crime
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Task: This reflective essay should provide a critical analysis of the subject, drawing upon anthropological theory where applicable and include some emic accounts and ethnographic details of the phenomenon you choose to examine. You are free to provide analytical depictions of related films/documentaries, exhibitions, art or language used to define the case study.
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There are 6 references (2 core + 4) already uploaded, please read cafefully.
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Open a blank Microsoft® Word® document which should be labeled ‘Contracts 616 As

Open a blank Microsoft® Word® document which should be labeled ‘Contracts 616 Assignment # 2’ followed by your last name and your student number. Once you have completed this assignment, save it on your computer where you will be able to find it. You will then use the ‘browse’ button at the bottom of the assignment to retrieve the assignment and then submit it by clicking the ‘upload’ button. Using the format set forth in Gilbert’s Legal Research, Writing & Analysis, prepare a written brief on the following case:
Dyer v. National By Products
Supreme Court of Iowa, 1986
380 N.W. 2d 732
(This case may be found on Lexis®/Nexis® or in your casebook)
Remember, this assignment must be prepared in Microsoft® Word® using the Times New Roman font, 12 point, single space, double space between paragraphs. Each page must be numbered and your last name and student number included on the upper left hand corner of each page.
This research/writing assignment is to be submitted in the box at the bottom of the assignment page.
The Microsoft® Word® file name must read Contracts 616, Assignment # 2 followed by your last name and student number (Example: Contracts 616, Assignment # 2, Jones, # 3500).

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Please read the case, “Western Air Lines, Inc. v. Criswell” & discuss the follow

Please read the case, “Western Air Lines, Inc. v. Criswell” & discuss the following questions:
What is the basis for the determination that an employer should or should not be required to test applicants on an individual basis? (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
Should an employer have available as a defense that the cost of the tests would impose a great burden on the employer? Why or why not? (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
What is the distinction the Criswell opinion makes between “reasonable necessity” and “reasonableness?” (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
APA format

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